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Cofilin contributes to phagocytosis of IgG-opsonized particles but not non-opsonized particles in RAW264 macrophages

01-Jun-2016 | Yanmeng Lu; Lei Cao; Youhei Egami; Katsuhisa Kawai; Nobukazu Araki, Journal of Electron Microscopy, 2016

Cofilin is an actin-binding protein that severs actin filaments. It plays a key role in regulating actin cytoskeletal remodeling, thereby contributing to diverse cellular functions. However, the involvement of cofilin in phagocytosis remains to be elucidated. We examined the spatiotemporal ...


Modifying the Product Distribution of a Reaction within the Controlled Microenvironment of a Colloidosome

16-May-2016 | G. Mann; A. Ellis; L. J. Twyman, Macromolecules, 2016

A water-soluble colloidosome composed of PGMA–PS latex was used as a microcapsule to host a catalyzed oxidation reaction within its dodecane core. When compared to a control reaction a significant colloidosome effect was observed. Specifically, a 233% increase in the relative yield of all ...


Novel Polymer Clay‐Based Nanocomposites: Films with Remarkable Optical and Water Vapor Barrier Properties

04-May-2016 | Douglas Murima, Helen Pfukwa, Ineke Tiggelman, Patrice C. Hartmann, Harald Pasch, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2016

The impact of varying the copolymer composition of styrene–co‐butyl acrylate copolymers on the dispersion of montmorillonite (MMT) clay and the effect thereof on the transparency and water vapor barrier properties of the resultant films is assessed. The hybrid latexes containing MMT clay ...


Molecular structure and storage hardening of natural rubber: insight into the reactions between hydroxylamine and phospholipids linked to natural rubber molecule

28-Apr-2016 | Adun Nimpaiboon, Manus Sriring, Jitladda T. Sakdapipanich, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2016

ABSTRACT The effect of hydroxylamine on the molecular structure and storage hardening of natural rubber (NR) was investigated by the treatment of deproteinized NR (DPNR) latex with hydroxylamine. The hydroxylamine treatment decreased the content of long‐chain fatty acid ester groups in DPNR ...


Measurements of Submicron Particle Adsorption and Particle Film Elasticity at Oil–Water Interfaces

22-Apr-2016 | Mohamed S. Manga; Timothy N. Hunter; Olivier J. Cayre; David W. York; Matthew D. Reichert; Shelly L. Anna; Lynn M. W ..., Langmuir, 2016

The influence of particle adsorption on liquid/liquid interfacial tension is not well understood, and much previous research has suggested conflicting behaviors. In this paper we investigate the surface activity and adsorption kinetics of charge stabilized and pH-responsive polymer stabilized ...


Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 386: Plant Growth and Water Purification of Porous Vegetation Concrete Formed of Blast Furnace Slag, Natural Jute Fiber and Styrene Butadiene Latex

20-Apr-2016 | Kim, Hwang-Hee ; Park, Chan-Gi, Sustainability, 2016

The purpose of this study is to investigate porous vegetation concrete formed using the industrial by-products blast furnace slag powder and blast furnace slag aggregates. We investigated the void ratio, compressive strength, freeze–thaw resistance, plant growth and water purification properties ...


An amphoteric poly(VAc‐DBM‐AM‐DMAPS) emulsion focusing on the ecological sand‐fixing in salty desert: Structure and properties

19-Apr-2016 | Wei Gong, Meilan Li, Yunxiao Zang, Hao Xie, Bailing Liu, Hualin Chen,, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2016

ABSTRACT In order to control the impacts of blown sand in salty desert, in this article, the amphoteric emulsion, for the first time, was applied as an ecological sand‐fixing material. This study started from the synthesis of the poly(vinyl acetate‐dibutyl ...


IJMS, Vol. 17, Pages 574: Physical Characteristics of the Leaves and Latex of Papaya Plants Infected with the Papaya meleira Virus

15-Apr-2016 | Magaña-Álvarez, Anuar ; Vencioneck Dutra, Jean Carlos; Carneiro, Tarcio ; Pérez-Brito, Daisy ; Tapia-Tussell, Raúl ; ..., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2016

Sticky disease, which is caused by Papaya meleira virus (PMeV), is a significant papaya disease in Brazil and Mexico, where it has caused severe economic losses, and it seems to have spread to Central and South America. Studies assessing the pathogen-host interaction at the nano-histological ...


Temperature Response of Rhodamine B-Doped Latex Particles. From Solution to Single Particles

12-Apr-2016 | Antonin Soleilhac; Marion Girod; Philippe Dugourd; Béatrice Burdin; Julien Parvole; Pierre-Yves Dugas; François Baya ..., Langmuir, 2016

Nanoparticle-based temperature imaging is an emerging field of advanced applications. Herein, the sensitivity of the fluorescence of rhodamine B-doped latex nanoparticles toward temperature is described. Submicrometer size latex particles were prepared by a surfactant-free emulsion polymerization ...


Materials, Vol. 9, Pages 247: Recycled PET Nanofibers for Water Filtration Applications

30-Mar-2016 | Zander, Nicole E.; Gillan, Margaret ; Sweetser, Daniel, Materials, 2016

Water shortage is an immediate and serious threat to our world population. Inexpensive and scalable methods to clean freshwater and wastewater are in high demand. Nanofiber filtration membranes represent a next generation nonwoven filter media due to their unique properties. Polyethlyene ...


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